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NHL 10 Previews - PS3

Game Description: The latest in Electronic Arts' award-winning hockey series is getting a serious upgrade this year with a new first-person fighting engine. Hockey fights become a lot more interesting when you're suddenly thrust within the middle of one. One-on-one battles and a brand-new physics engine round out the new features in NHL 10.
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NHL 10 Previews

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    NHL 10 Preview

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    Morgan Webb previews 'NHL 10' from EA Sports. Find out about this year's improvements including being able to fight between plays, 360 precision passing controls, new ways to score and new board physics.

    Posted: Aug 7, 2009 | 7,357 Views | 02:19


  • NHL 10 Review

    Posted: September 14, 2009

    3,754 Views | 02:29

  • NHL 10 Be Pro Mode Trailer

    Posted: September 14, 2009

    655 Views | 02:06

  • NHL 10 Demo Features Trailer

    Posted: August 25, 2009

    1,062 Views | 02:07

  • NHL 10 Preview

    Posted: August 7, 2009

    7,357 Views | 02:19

  • NHL 10 EA Sports Hockey League Trailer

    Posted: August 7, 2009

    602 Views | 01:11

 


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